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the compound rid i want to play a clip of cnn's live coverage from april 15, 1993 when that fire had just begun. >> engulfed the vast majority of this compound. >> the entire roof is gone. >> what else can you tell us? any sign of firefighting equipment? >> none whatsoever. there is our shot that we refer to as the farm-cam. that is looking from the north side into the compound. apparently, the north side is not involved yet, it appears the rest of the compound is filled with an orange fire and acrid black smoke. >> within the past 10 days, past week, federal authorities surrounded the compound very close to the compound with razor sharp wire to prevent people from running out. in this case, that may prove to be hazardous. >> still no sign of anyone coming out. >> mike, the latest figures we have is there are 95 people inside, of them 17 or below the age of 10. a total of 25 below the age of 18. >> with cnn coverage from 1993 of the fbi siege of the bridge davidian compound in waco, texas. it was not until much later the fire of war is acknowledged they used incendiary devices, but in -- but in
warming. the head of climate depot, marc morano, appears frequently on fox news and cnn. on monday, the day after tens of thousands rallied against the keystone xl pipeline on the national mall, moreno appeared on fox news to warn that keystone opponents could resort to "eco terrorism." he cited as their inspiration the nasa climatologist james hansen. >> said the leaders at nasa, and i call the nasa's resident ex- con, potential eco terrorism. these people believe in this doomsday prophecy. and don't think they will not act. we had to deal with the code terrorism when it came to the animal rights, property rights in colorado. so this is very real, torching suvs, and this movement, particularly frustrated with the democratic president obama who approves the pipeline, they're going to have a lot of angry people not the least of which is probably the nasa scientists going to jail again, james hansen. >> that was moreno of climate depot appearing on fox news. suzanne goldenberg? >> i wish i had seen that. that is quite incredible. that's get back to the truth. yes, james hansen was ar
about rosa parks. no question it was a big moment and the media took notice. cnn said that rosa parks was a tired seamstress, she was the troublemaker. but, as you point out, was a first-class troublemaker. so how did the image of her change? what did people understand of her at the time in 1955? >> there were two things that worked. certainly, during the boycott, a background of her political history for the safety of her. they play it down, put it on the back burner. they talk about her as a good, christian women. they do not foreground her political history, in part because -- this is 1955. this is the cold war. they are immediately renovated. all sorts of crazy rumors come out about her. she is an naacp plant, she is mexican -- all manner of rumors in montgomery spring up. in part, to counter the idea that these are outside forces coming to montgomery, there is a tendency to talk about her just as a local woman, a seamstress, christian. in the decades afterwards, that takes on a life of its own, in terms of her political history. rosa parks also leaves montgomery in 1957 and spend
it was later announced? >> they learned about from cnn. even more important for the way this issue played out was that the cia was not informed about it. what has characterized this project for its entire history has been conflict between cia and department of defense over the access to evidence. and given what later happened with the cia and a seconand a st prison, from my reporting and talking to cia officials, they were quite comfortable with the existing pre 9/11 setup here in new york and southern district york, very expressed prosecutors and judges that deal with sensitive cases. the cia has worked with them for years and comfortable they could handle important classified evidence and still get their trials under way. the cia had no involvement in setting up military commissions, did not know the military officers involved and did not have a high regard for a bunch of unknown mid-level people, reservists, and so forth, and was very an corporative with military commissions all the way -- uncooperative with military commissions all the way. they did not want to know what evidence there wa
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